Braun Strowman refutes rumors of massive booking charge. It was reported that he was asking a fee in the five figure range for an indy appearance.
Braun Strowman was recently released by the WWE. Since his departure, there has been some speculation regarding his future in the business and what lies next for him. Reports emerged that the Monster among men was asking for a hefty price for indie bookings.
According to the report, independent promoters that had reached out to the former Universal Champion were given a price in the five figure range. Strowman has now come out and clarified the situation claiming he hasn’t spoken to anyone about bookings yet.
Braun Strowman refutes rumors of massive booking charge
“Let me just get this FYI out. I have not spoken to anyone about bookings. But if you wanna talk business the email to my agent is in my bio. Thank for any confusion you may be reading online.”
Let me just get this FYI out. I have not spoken to anyone about bookings. But if you wanna talk business the email to my agent is in my bio. Thank for any confusion you may be reading online.
— Adam Scherr (@BraunStrowman) June 10, 2021
The Monster Among Men was released back on June 2, and is reportedly under a standard 90-day non-compete clause with WWE, which would expire on Tuesday, August 31.
Strowman is a one-time Universal Champion, a one-time Intercontinental Champion, and a two-time Raw Tag Team Champion. He is also the winner of the 2018 Men’s Money in the Bank contract. He also won the 2019 André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal
Strowman has previously said that he did not see himself joining any other promotion once he was done with WWE. It will be interesting to see if the situation has changed now. If so, which promotion will he likely turn up at next?
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